The human body sends out signals as symptoms to let it know something is wrong. Unfortunately, many of us ignore these symptoms.
Busguichuud.com has collected a number of symptoms that may be signs of cancer, so we recommend that you take them seriously.
If you see these in yourself or someone close to you, do not jump to conclusions – many of them may be talking about various diseases. However, it is better to consult a doctor.
Neoplasms of the skin
Neoplasms are considered a symptom of skin or breast cancer. Other symptoms include:
~Hard lumps in the breast and/or armpit.
~Irritation or rash of unknown origin unrelated to food or cosmetic allergies.
~Wet ulcers in the central part of the pancreas.
2. Constant cough
Prolonged cough is one of the symptoms of lung disease. It also manifests itself with the following symptoms:
~ Loss of appetite.
~Loss of body weight.
~In later stages, lung cancer can cause coughing and shortness of breath.
3. Itchy skin
In most cases, skin rash is not associated with cancer, but clinical experience shows some connection.
~Uterine neoplasms can cause genital itching.
~Brain cancer can cause itchy nostrils.
4. Changes in bowel function
Intestinal disease causes the following symptoms.
~ Blood in the stool
~Mucous or purulent discharge
5. Urinary discharge
It can be a sign of kidney cancer, which is associated with many of the following symptoms.
~Blood when urinating
~High blood pressure
~ Kidney pain.
6. Instant weight loss
Weight loss may occur with stomach cancer. In its early stages, clinical events are not so obvious. However, the following symptoms are quite widespread:
~Aversion to meat.
~Eating unsatisfied (feeling like you’ve eaten too much when you’ve eaten a small amount of food).
~Difficulties in the movement of food through the intestinal tract and not being digested
7. Constant sore throat
Long-term pain in the trachea can be a symptom of a pharyngeal tumor, which is associated with:
~Difficult breathing and swallowing.
~ Sensation of a lump in the throat appears with the growth of the neoplasm
~Coughing up blood, bad breath.
These observations may be associated with other diseases, so it is too early to self-diagnose. But, if you haven’t noticed the above, don’t ignore it. Consult your doctor and get yourself checked.